Me: Does that mean you don't think it's anxiety or that you can't deal with having panic attacks all the time? difficult child: I can't deal with having panic attacks all the time. Me: So does that mean you want to try medications? difficult child: Yes. I can't do this all the time. Me: Are you sure? I really want you to think about this because the last time I made an appointment and you changed your mind about medications. difficult child: But, that was for a different reason. So, in other words she's willing to take the same medication she would be prescribed for depression just because the label this time is anxiety. Whatever works. However, she still won't take the amitriptyline prescribed for sleep even though I told her it can help with anxiety because she doesn't want to take "something that's prescribed for a lot of different things because those things never help me". Yeah. Cause she's tried it so many times. How many is that? Ummmm.....Zero. Sigh. Whatever works, right?